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titude the difficulties 103. Jesus enters Judea.
The Pharisees question
ting publicans and sin- 105. Jesus's discourse in
The Pharisees are re- 106. Jesus, as he is going
proved for their zeal 108. Jesus restores sight to
248 109. Jesus visits Zaccheus,
Our 110. Jesus arrives at Beth-
to his disciples, and 111. Jesus proceeds to Je-
that they were righte-
ciples and of the mul-
250 titude. The transac-
of dedication at Jeru- 113. The disciples observe
Bethabara (John i. 28) 114. Jesus's discourse with
struction of the temple
and one of the Phari-
és four of his apostles
what were the signs of
of his disciples and of 119. Jesus describes the
a divine eloquence. 308 during this week.
117. Jesus prefers the wi- 120. The transactions on
gifts of the rich. 314 week in which Jesus
THE TRANSACTIONS OF THREE DAYS FROM THE DAY ON WHICH THE FOURTH PASS-
OVER WAS KILLED TO THE END OF THE DAY BEFORE THE RESURRECTION.
121. Jesus prepares to keep 127. Jesus comforts his dis-
122. Jesus sits down with 128. Jesus presents the cup
an ambitious conten- 129. Jesus resumes his dis-
tion among the twelve. 339 course to his disciples. 354
of his disciples. 340 131. Jesus's agony in Geth-
das would betray him. 132. Jesus is betrayed. 366
The conduct of the 133. Jesus is brought before
343 Peterdenies himthrice. 371
125. Jesus foretels to the 134. Jesus stands before
135. Jesus is taken before 1139. Judas repents, and de-
137. Herod sends Jesus a- 141. What happened while
seeks to release him. 384 till he expired.
138. Pilate, having scourged 142. What happened at Je-
diers insult him, and 143. The transactions on
visit of the women to 151. Jesus appears to the
women to the sepul- 152. Jesus appears to the
the sepulchre. 414 153. The Apostles go into
Mary Magdalene. 415 at the Sea of Tiberias. 426
148. Jesus's second appear- 154. Jesus's appearance on
417 a mountain in Galilee. 430
149. The conduct of the 155. Other appearances of
417156. Jesus's ascension. 432
THE EVANGELICAL HISTORY
JESUS'S PUBLIC MINISTRY,
THE SPACE OF THIRTY YEARS AND SIX MONTHS.
JOHN. § 1. St. Luke's Preface.
CHAP. I. Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order a declaration of those things which are most surely believed among us,
2 Even as they delivered them unto us, which from the beginning were eye-witnesses, and ministers of the word ;
3 It seemed good to me also, having had perfect understanding of all things from the very first, to write unto thee in order, most excellent Theophilus,
4 That thou mightest know the certainty of those things wherein thou hast been instructed.